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Abuja Enterprises Agency

23 Dec 2018
To reduce unemployment and boost small medium enterprises in the country, Abuja Enterprises Agency (AEA) said it has trained over 2,000 youths in various skills acquisition programmes in the last one year. The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the agency, Muhammed Tukur Arabi, who disclosed this in Abuja said beneficiaries received trainings in construction,…
9 Sep 2018
The Federal Government, in collaboration with Abuja Enterprises Agency (AEA) has succeeded in financing 15, 000 Micro-small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Abuja. They have also promised to sustain the recent grant of N20, 000 to each of the 223 market businesswomen in the territory. The Vice-president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo said the efforts are in line with government’s agenda…

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